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Afghan police school tries to fix struggling force
The National Police Academy in Afghanistan is trying to change the face of the force long riddled with corruption and incompetence, along with rivalries within factions, as the U.S. and NATO plan to withdraw all forces from the country at the end of 2014.
Seven veteran with the Afghan National Police, Zalmai Faizi, from Ghazni province, talks in Kabul, Afghanistan about his children. Earlier this October, Faizi buried his 5-year-old daughter, Ennah, and 18-year-old son, Zalkai. Taliban roared up to his home on two motorcycles, spraying his police car with bullets, killing them both. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)